Standard & Poor's Corp. cut its ratings on another $3.92 billion of U.S. collateralized debt obligations Tuesday because of credit deterioration and ratings cuts on the underlying subprime residential mortgage-backed securities.

S&P has cut the ratings on $479.56 billion of CDOs overall, and ratings on $11.18 billion of these securities face a high likelihood of downgrades.

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